About your Search

20121226
20130103
Search Results 0 to 12 of about 13
book -- facebook bought it last year. >>> it is now the law in russia, u.s. families are no longer allowed to adopt russian children. the law was signed into law today. it is in retaliation of u.s. law for human right abusers there. a crushing blow for would-be parents here. a hopeful mom spoke about the 3- year-old she is waiting for. >> i love my daughter very much. i miss her. so i want to be reunited with her. and i want to bring her home. >> adoption agencies are protesting the ban in hopes adoptions in progress may go forward. >> reporter: come january 1st, new state law expected to make it easier for women to use sperm donors to get pregnant. it was crafted with single women and same sex couples in mind. it will allow them to wave strict federal testing restrictions when receiving sperm from a known donor. critics argued that the current rules discriminate against woman who do not have intimate male partners. >>> a bay area lawmaker is trying to stop drunk drivers from repeating their mistakes. a tougher law introduced had this afternoon would require ignition locks. >> one
bought it with antiterrorism funds. >> you're going to see if in law enforcement where it gives us a fair of eyes in the water. >> the family watched search but declined interviewed. they've left grieving messages on the bridge. police identified the young man as anthony donaldson and hec had a dui history and desperate to avoid another one. >>> he was on the guidance center when he jumped out the video and ran off. they described the 16-year old as african american and he was wearing jeans but they ask you to contact san francisco police >>> as this pushes up to the fiscal cliff, tax payers are saying their frustrating. how much a fall over the cliff could cost you. >> for more and more americans, the fiscal cliff is being used as a failure of government. >> i weigh i figure theépñ on vacation, they don't care. >> i don't think that there ever going to come to an agreement. both parties are so far apart, there's no common ground. >> if you make between $50,000 a year, it goes up. if you make 75 to $100, you'll pay $142 per weekly paycheck. most employers will wait and deduct at the cu
and that's 7.25 an hour. >>> this new year brings new laws designed to protect california homeowners facing foreclosure. one regulation bans so-called dual tracking. it another mandates a single contact for homeowners when they want to talk with a bank about their loans. >>> some other state laws taking effect today. one requires school employees who are in regular contact with children to report suspected child sexual abuse. another new law bars hunters from using houbds to track bob cats and bears and gun rights advocates are no longer allowed to carry rifles and shotguns in public locations. >>> new year's day walk on marin county beach ended in tragedy this afternoon when a man was swept out to sea and drowned. according to the coast guard a husband and wife were caught by a strong wave while walking their dog at north beach around 12:30 this afternoon. firefighters say bystanders were able to pull the woman to safety. a helicopter and two lifeboats eventually located the bodty of a 59-year-old man. he'd been in the water for several hours. >>> a man is erroring tonight after spending a
-gallons of milk a week. >> reporter: but if lawmakers don't extend the tax bill it reverts to 1949 law when the government not the market controlled prices and the dairy industry wasn't nearly as efficient as today. under those antiquated formulas a gallon of milk now under $4 most places could rise to $6 even $8 retail. >> you think about the fiscal cliff and they talk about, okay we're going to get a deal done and it might not be perfect. but you definitely don't expect the price of milk to double. >> the risk of this happening is quite slim. >> reporter: experts down play the dairy cliff. >> dairy producers would love to get twice as much for their milk but it ain't going to happen for a few months. >> reporter: because they say the agriculture department would stall it until congress finally acts. >> we're definitely concerned and we keep our eyes on the market. >> but for businesses like benton's dependent on dairy, even the thought of a price hike sends shivers. >> are these going to escalate as well? i'm sure. >> reporter: ice crime lovers joked, that gave them a good reason to
. >> it was pretty bad because my mother-in-law lives in roseville. >> tonight highway ll patrol is requiring chains on all vehicles without 4 wheel drive. a winter storm warning is in effect florida 11:00 p.m. you can find live radar images on our website ktvu.com. >> shoppers return to the stores today of a less than are bust holiday shopping season. post christmas sales. the international council of shopping centers says the week between christmas ennew years can bring in as much as 15% of holiday sales. when they show up to exchange gifts they spend far more than the value of the gifts of the cards. >> a lot of the sales kick off on christmas eve. we expect to see a lot of holiday shopping to continue through the weekend. >> national retailers federation said holiday sales represented almost 20% of total retail industry sales last year. >>> on wall street disappoint sent stocks lower. the nasdaq about 22 on this afternoon after christmas. >>> a 66 year woman ended up dead today near a complex this morning in a landscaping pond at 3200 wood lake drive. they interviewed her family and neighbors. t
the healthcare laws, when they change the banking laws. in our fund investors don't have to worry about the rules being changed for an industry because we're trying to sidestep that. > > how do you plan to utilize this so-called "fiscal cliff" and possibly make money with your fund? > > the goal of the fund is to allow people to get most of the return of the s&p while taking half the risk, and right now we have a quarter of the correlation with the market. so, this is an ideal time to invest in the fund. when congress comes back into its lame-duck session, we will be flat when they are in session. but there's a lot of risk in this lame-duck session. the fiscal cliff is not resolved, i don't think it's going to be resolved during the lame-duck session. asia seems to have economic slowing problems, and maybe a little saber rattling - the same for the mideast. it's really kind of a dangerous time in the market, and this is a fund that is unusually low- volatility, low beta fund, so it's a place where you can get some relative safety. > > eric singer. thanks for joining us today. > > thank you. we ar
, everybody. top three time, and our number three video is quite a catch. >> the law of the jungle, killer be killed, always the strong survive, all the other things they say about the law of the jungle. got to warn you, this video can be a little tough to watch. what do you see lurking in the brush? leopard, a beast. spotted beast. it's a leopard, my friends. but he's not there just hanging out in the shade because he's tired. he's lurking because he hears something a coming. >> oh! >> yes! >> that's the most brilliant takedown i've ever seen in the jungle. >> it's something right out of professional wrestling. a heard of impalas. not chevy impalas, impala the animal, he leaps, suplexes one of them, takes it down, then begins tossing it around like it's a rag doll. this is what happens in nature. he was like, you've got to be kidding me. i'm going to practically run over this death machine. >> leopard's like, okay, well, the hard part's over. now i just got to drag this guy down the road here so i can have a little lunch. >> it's sad when it happens. >> important to keep in mind this kind
amount of damage. >>> a young woman who wants to be a police officer is on the other side of the law tonight. david stevenson is in court as the college student made her first court appearance, following the death of a grandmother in san francisco. >> reporter: supporters of gina eunice covered their faces. she is charges with felony manslaughter, driving under the influence, and hit and run driving on a twin peaks road, high above the city. police say she was drunk when she drove a car into fur to pedestrians walking along the road. she had come from china recently to help care for her grandson. her son spoke to us about the crash. >> i can't hold her in my arms. i just called for help. >> reporter: investigators say eunice drove away from the site with two passengers, including a minor. >> the entire eunice family is honestly destroyed over what happened. their main concern is for the yao family. >> reporter: a judge said if freed, she cannot drive, and must wear an alcohol detection device. eunice's lawyer said she has never been in trouble and is just a quarter short from graduat
's been in law enforcement for 42 years. richard lucero has been named interim chief. >> the board of supervisors apointed a new fire chief. demetriuos shaffer has been appointed fire chief. >>> it was one year ago today that a boy was shot and killed in front of his father's taco truck. that father is calling on police to solve this case in the coming year. >> reporter: at 55th and international dozens honored the life of martinez shot when playing by his father's taco truck. gabriel martinez says he fell apart after his son's death. closed his taco truck for weeks and the áf considered leaving oakland, but then decided something had to be done. >> it's been a year and nothing has happened we're just angry. >> reporter: police released this video of a car carrying the alleged shooter and the martinez family hopes the people protecting the gunman whom police believe looks like this has had time to reconsider and recognize the real victims. >> i hear the ambulance, the police, gunshots, and i just think like who is next. >> reporter: gabriel martinez senior is now focused on savin
are calling for new laws to increase punishment for rapists. >>> this was a day of rejoices in san francisco as community groups gather to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the emancipation as well as kwanza. the village arts commission put together the celebration. they paid tribute to pioneering african americans. >> harriett tubman, nat turner. >> reporter: one organizers said today's event was meant to bring the community together at a tile when violence is plaguing their neighborhood. >>> a rash of crimes has a neighborhood on edge. >> that tells me somebody is watching the house, they know when we leave. >>> see how stanford fans celebrated a huge win in the rose bowl. >> it's going to be different but [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real?
retailers like wal-mart should ensure warehouses comply with u.s. labor laws. wal-mart says it plans to audit u.s. warehouses like it does in its factories abroad. the retailer has been under heightened scruntiny following a fire in a bangladeshi factory that killed 112 workers in november. the banks are back. 2012 was the most profitable year for the u.s. banking industry since 2006. in the 3rd quarter alone of last year, financial firms earned $37.6 billion in comparison to the $32 billion lost in that same quarter in 2008. other signs of strength from the banking sector: bank lending edged up 3.2% during 2012; also in 2009, 140 banks collapsed. the number dwindled down to 51 last year. improvements in job growth and the economy are giving banks the boost. but there is more to that story - bad behavior cost banks big money in 2012. banks paid $10.7 billion in fines last year - the highest number on record. illegal mortage activity accounted for nearly half of those fines. most of the money ended up with the u.s. treasury. the rest was given to homeowners who were victims of illegal
of environment for law enforcement where it gives us a pair of eyes under water. >> reporter: the victim's family watched today's search but declined comment. they've left messages on the water and the bridge. police now identify the young man as anthony donaldson. they said he had a dui history and may have been desperate to avoid another one. debora villalon. >>> a tornado did in fact, hit a watsonville farm causing significant damage. the twister ran in from monterey bay at 7:00. the national wetter service investigator took pictures seen here of a damaged greenhouse. the weather service here says the tornado path extended for a little over a mile. >>> chilly out there tonight. we're going to see some fog in the inland bay valleys. right now in santa rosa it's 48 degrees. the feel like temperature in santa rosa is 38 degrees. we have dewpoint temperatures in the upper 30s and mid-30s throughout the area. fog in the forecast again tonight. it's going to be cold but we shouldn't see any freezing temperatures. most temperatures will be above freezing but it's going to be chilly. we'll see some fo
attention to this man. police determined that he was a fugitive, he was on the run from the law, and they thought he might have weapons. the guy runs away. the cops high-tailing it after him. they're running through the hallways of this subway station. but watch what happens. coming around the corner -- >> yeah! the high school hallway trip. >> a citizen to the rescue by sticking out his left foot, tripping the guy. he goes down, flies across the floor. the policeman appear prenrehend. this guy is going down. watch again from this other angle of the fall. look how hard he eats this. >> and he fell like ten feet. it was the longest fall ever. >> the citizens are calling this guy golden left foot. >> do you think they give that guy a gold star or medal? >> i hope you get something. >> he should get a gold left foot trophy. >> yeah, t-shirt with a thumbs up on it or toe up. >> who's awesome? this guy. >> yeah. >>> this next video just proves that you never know who is watching on the internet. who we're seeing in this video is joe smith. he's 18 years old from ft. wayne, indiana, a
Search Results 0 to 12 of about 13

Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)